Things to See and Do
Explore the relics
Throughout the park there are scattered relics of the Army Camp days. As all accommodation was under tents, the only structures were ablutions blocks, cook houses, and administrative buildings. The foundations of 27 Camp hospital are still there. With a bit of imagination you can envision the purpose of the foundations that are all that remain, and picture the busy camp life that once existed here. Take care when exploring the relics.
Anzac Hill is the highest point in the park. It offers 360 degree views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. From the top of the hill, you can enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful surrounding countryside. It is well worth the easy walk to the top. Explore the park, imagine the busy camp life as you find the relics, experience the sense of quiet and peace that now pervades the park. Picnic seats are located at the top.
A visit to the Information Gateway, just over the creek near the car park, will reveal the Park and its history, and as well as some of the remarkable people whose lives have been touched by time spent in the area in years gone by.
Each year schools from the surrounding district run their cross countries in the park.
The park offers valuable natural open space and opportunities to learn about the Australian environment.
The management committee is hopeful that there will eventually be a system of tracks linking the park to town and other nearby parks, and to the rail trail.